Elikplim Special Kenkey

When Juliana Ocloo's business of selling pepper began to struggle she quickly moved into selling Kenkey; a dough made with maize and served with soup or stew. Juliana started with one trading point and now has three.
NEED: An interest free loan to help purchase a large stock of maize before prices go up and to help cut down on travel costs.
IMPACT: Provide support to her church and family including three grandchildren.
INVESTMENT: $3000
ONLY $1000 NEEDED to fund this project completely!

Stella's Enterprise

Stella Dey is a Christian mother of two teenage girls. She has been buying and selling various foods such as tomato, fish, onion, okra, meat, salt and pepper for many years. She has worked very hard and has been able to provide for her family including her daughter’s education. Stella received a business loan through an organization that charges high interest rates. This has hurt the possibilities of growing her business and so she is requesting a loan through Mission Resource.
NEED: A small loan to allow her to complete her relationship with the high interest organization to improve her profit margin.
IMPACT: Providing for her daughters and church.
INVESTMENT: $1500
ONLY $1500 NEEDED to fund this project completely!

Jesus Can Save

Jonathan and Hellen Sapeh are evangelists in the Northern Region of Ghana. Since 1992 they have planted 17 churches. They also have been blessed with a large family including 7 children. Hellen aids in providing for the family through buying and selling farm produce including millet, okra, peppers, beams and maize. Hellen would like to expand her business as they are in the process of being connected to national electricity. She would like to begin selling meats, fish and water with the availability of electricity. Jonathan and Hellen have previously received a Mission Resource loan and paid it back in full.
NEED: A small loan to add products to expand the business.
IMPACT: Provide for her large family so they can continue to evangelize in the Northern Region as well as help local farmers.
INVESTMENT: $3000
ONLY $3000 NEEDED to fund this project completely!

God's Way Rentals

Wisdom Korsina began attending church when he was 15 years old. He was later baptized and felt a call to go into preaching and building the church. He graduated from Ghana Christian University with a degree in Theology in 2013. He has planted 2 churches including Kasseh Christian Church, where he currently preaches. Wisdom and his wife have three children and in order to continue in ministry they must have an additional source of income. They would like to start a canopy and chair rental business. They will begin with 6 canopies and 300 chairs to provide customers for celebrations and events.
NEED: A small loan to purchase 6 canopies and 300 chairs.
IMPACT: Provide for his family so he can continue to pastor at Kasseh Christian Church.
INVESTMENT: $3600
ONLY $3600 NEEDED to fund this project completely!

Mission Resource Field Representative

A full-time Ghanaian field rep to oversee the new and ongoing businesses. Other duties include prayer, mentoring, bookeeping and maintaining open lines of communication.
NEED: A $12,000 investment will fund the salary for 1 year.
IMPACT: The Ghanaian business owners will benefit through instruction of "best practice" business principles as well as in Kingdom principles.
INVESTMENT: $12000
ONLY $12000 NEEDED to fund this project completely!

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MRI has the potential to generate a lot of income that would go into missions here.

Enoch Nyador
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